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Issue #3272

Latest Ubuntu releases still do not work with IPv4 + IPv6 tunnels (network-manager)

Added by James Dogopoulos over 2 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Normal
Category:
networkmanager (charon-nm)
Affected version:
dr|rc|master
Resolution:
Invalid

Description

IPv4 works, IPv6 does not and still uses the local connections IPv6 gateway (security issue)

Can someone point me to a network-manager-strongswan-1.4.5 package to install? All Ubuntu distros are still using 1.4.4 and I want to test if it resolves the issue. I don't have time to build my own right now. I do believe the devs attempted to address this issue awhile back already.

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#1 Updated by Tobias Brunner over 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed
  • Assignee set to Tobias Brunner
  • Resolution set to Invalid

Can someone point me to a network-manager-strongswan-1.4.5 package to install? All Ubuntu distros are still using 1.4.4 and I want to test if it resolves the issue.

So does Debian. And you also need at least 5.8.0 for IPv6 support in charon-nm, which currently only Debian bullseye/sid ship (5.8.1 actually). Ubuntu 19.10/eoan is still on 5.7.2. So you'd have to ask the maintainers of these packages to update to a more recent release.

I don't have time to build my own right now.

Unless you find an updated PPA, that's currently the only way.

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